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There's a real Australian UFO mystery coming to SCI FI Channel Australia.
You may think that tales of UFOs are a load of wallaby droppings, but give this new doco, Westall 66: A Suburban UFO Mystery, ten minutes of your time, and you will be scratching your head, stroking your jaw and going 'hmmm'.
It's one thing to see some crazed X-Files fan emerge from their Arizona-based trailer and gibber on about being 'probed', but it's another thing entirely to hear the level-headed tones of Melburnian Aussies describing in detail what most people on the planet agree can not exist.
Flying saucers. Landing in a school yard. In the middle of Melbourne.
It is of course, unbelievable. Yet, there's an entire schoolyard of witnesses, including children (now grown up) and adults (grizzled, yet clear). None of whom come across as wacky in the slightest.
It's a hard one to decipher. Could ALL these people be making it up? Could ALL of them have some weird attention-seeking problem? It hardly seems likely. If not - well, then, we are not alone.
Still, you can judge for yourself.
The documentary, Westall 66: A Surburban UFO Mystery, airs on the SCI FI Channel Australia on June the 4th in its world premiere. It's a personal investigation by a local film-maker, without the hype that usually comes with the subject matter.
Food for thought, it makes compelling viewing. Very much worth checking out.
Yes, definitely, the subject definitely doesn't get the respect it deserves, but I'm pretty sure the Sci Fi channel will do a good job. The advertisement for it didn't make it appear too crack-pot-ish...
Hopefully they (sci-fi channel) treat the case with the respect it deserves.